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Old Jul 18, 2007, 09:29 PM
Ed Anderson
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Easy Gliders

Jim,

The Easy Gliders are in abundance at our club. They are the standard first
glider. Love 'em both pure and electric.

The Cularis is getting a lot of talk but it seems that Multiplex has targeted
the plane for electric and slope. They don't include a hook and the
documentation suggests that they expect less than 1 percent to be flown for
thermaling. It is not clear how well they do on the winch or a hi-start. I
have read very few reports of people launching them that way.

Overall it looks like a great plane.

Best regards,
Ed Anderson

Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 14:35:13 -0500
From: Jimmy Prouty <jim.prouty@cox.net>
Subject: Where have all the EasyGliders gone?

Hi All,

I haven't seen any posts on flying EasyGliders in quite a while and
am curious if anyone is still flying them. Has anyone flown their
newest release? (Can't remember the name of it!) Looking for a
second glider for my son to use off the winch and thought these might
be good candidates.

Happy flying,

Jimmy



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Old Jul 19, 2007, 06:00 AM
Tom Broeski
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Re: Easy Gliders/Cularis

I will have a couple Cularis (and tow hooks) with me for sale at the NATS if
anyone wants me to hold one for them, let me know. Plane is $175
Really nice plane. I'm glad they left off the tow hook. You would have to
move it back anyway. Easy glider's is 1.5"+ - too far forward. The EG was
designed for hand tow like a kite and the Cularis for aerotow. Somehow the
makers don't know what a highstart or winch is.

T
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> Jim,
>
> The Easy Gliders are in abundance at our club. They are the standard
> first
> glider. Love 'em both pure and electric.
>
> The Cularis is getting a lot of talk but it seems that Multiplex has
> targeted
> the plane for electric and slope. They don't include a hook and the
> documentation suggests that they expect less than 1 percent to be flown
> for
> thermaling. It is not clear how well they do on the winch or a hi-start.
> I
> have read very few reports of people launching them that way.
>
> Overall it looks like a great plane.
>
> Best regards,
> Ed Anderson
>
> Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 14:35:13 -0500
> From: Jimmy Prouty <jim.prouty@cox.net>
> Subject: Where have all the EasyGliders gone?
>
> Hi All,
>
> I haven't seen any posts on flying EasyGliders in quite a while and
> am curious if anyone is still flying them. Has anyone flown their
> newest release? (Can't remember the name of it!) Looking for a
> second glider for my son to use off the winch and thought these might
> be good candidates.
>
> Happy flying,
>
> Jimmy
>
>
>
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